According to latest rumors surfaced over the web Samsung will announce Black and White APS-C sensor based mirrorless camera, the camera will use the same sensor as of NX300 camera without color array and AA filter.
If the rumor is true than Samsung will become second camera manufacture (after leica) to introduce a pure B&W photography dedicated mirrorless camera, will you buy one? share your thoughts with us…
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According to latest rumors from trusted sources of canonrumor, Canon almost completed its 2014 announcement and no pro camera coming in 2014, so possibly Canon will announce Canon 1DX Mark II and 5D Mark IV in 2015-16 (next 12-18 months), Canon will sure add advance AF system and Fullframe Dual-pixel CMOS AF sensor in upcoming professional fullframe DSLRs, no more information is available but we will update you soon as we get any new information.
Take a look at the specification comparison review between these two camera, Canon SX60 HS is a successor of Canon SX50 HS camera and it features improved optical zoom lens, more resolution and more….
New Features in Canon SX60 HS
Canon added a newly developed 16.1-megapixel High Sensitivity CMOS sensor and the DIGIC 6 image processor inside the Canon SX 60 HS camera, the ISO remains same however due to the new image processor the camera can now capture images of 16 MP resolution with continuous shooting speed of 6.4fps per second, In Canon SX50 HS it was limited to 12 MP @ 2.2 fps per second.
We can clearly see that the recently announced Canon SX60 HS camera features advance optical zoom lens that will give approx 15X more optical zoom lens than the SX50 HS camera,.
The Canon Built-in Wi-Fi allows you to wirelessly share your images to your smartphone, laptop or desktop via the Canon CameraWindow app, which is available as a free download.
The new Canon SX60 HS features high resolution and bit bigger titling screen compared to Canon SX60 HS.
Based on specification comparison review we highly recommend you to buy Canon SX60 HS camera.
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Specification comparison between Nikon Nikon D750 vs Nikon D810 vs Nikon D610, the image is approx actual size representation of all the three camera… now take a look below
And the price difference
Clear Winner – Nikon D810
As we can clearly see that the Nikon D810 is offering better core specification by having ultra high-resolution sensor, no-optical low pass filter and same AF system. The ISO of Nikon D810 can be pushed down to ISO 32 , which will sure help you when you are looking for a longer exposure. The shutter range is also broad and camera can capture images continuous shooting up to 5 frames per second even having a 36 Megapixel large files.
Middle of the road – Nikon D750
I was expecting bit more from Nikon D750 announcement but it was a huge disappointment, Nikon D750 features same resolution as Nikon D610 camera but it does have low-pass filter, so technically according to Nikon itself the Nikon D610 will produce better image when compared to Nikon D750 camera due to absence of low pass filter inside Nikon D610.
Yes Nikon D750 advance AF system will sure attract sports shooter those who are looking for a affordable fullframe camera.
The Best Entry Level
Nikon D610 is a perfect camera when look at it’s price and core specification, the Nikon D610 doesn’t have better video mode like D750 or D810 or advance AF system but it comes without low-pass filter that will give you better image quality.
If you are looking for perfect entry level camera than Nikon D610 is a excellent option even today, if you are a sports shooter and want a affordable option than buy Nikon D750 and if you have a budget of $3K than buy Nikon D810, The D810 is better than both.
Buy Nikon D750 at B&H Store || Amazon| Nikon D610 starting from – $1999.95 Amazon | B&H || Nikon D810 at Amazon | Nikon D810 film-making kit at Amazon |
The upcoming GoPro Hero 4 images leaked today, the camera will feature 4K video recording, two variants are coming one will be Hero 4 Black and the Hero 4 Silver, the GoPro Silver version can record 1080p 60 and 720p 120 video and Black version will have 4k video recording capabilities at 30 frames per second.
In an interview published at CNET Sigma’s CEO Kazuto Yamaki said that they are planning to announce a “very unique lens” next year that never exited in the market.
What new models can we expect? Replacements for mainstay lenses like the 70-200mm or models that fit into the holes of your competitors’ product lines?
Yamaki: We have two directions. We have to develop the traditional lenses like the 50mm f1.4, but the other direction is that I really want to make a very unique lens that never existed in the market. That is a big motivation for me. Sigma has a history of releasing unique new lenses. In the 1970s, Sigma was the first company that developed the wide-angle zoom lens. It was 21-35mm. We are always trying to some something new.
Is there anything new coming this year?
Yamaki: We have already announced our products for this year. Next year we will have several new items.
Something nobody else has?
Yamaki: Next year.
However thy are still looking at the possibilities..
A zoom or prime [fixed focal length] lens?
Yamaki: Both. Well, we are still studying it. We’re not sure we can release it to the market. A new product is quite risky. Sometimes we have to give up in the middle of the development. We were very fortunate to complete the 18-35mm f1.8 design.
- creative image of Canon 6D Mark II DSLR
According to a latest rumor surfaced over the web, the upcoming Canon 5D Mark IV and Canon 6D Mark II camera will feature Dual-pixel CMOS AF Sensor, 6D Mark II is also rumored to feature tillable display unit….
the above mentioned (Canon fullframe Dual-pixel CMOS sensor) rumor look bit true to me since Canon started upgrading the Dual Pixel CMOS AF sensor from entry level DSLRs (SL1, 700D) and after that they added 1st gen of Dual pixel CMOS AF sensor to mid-range APS-C DSLR (70D) and finally the APS-C flagship –> 7D Mark II announced with 2nd gen of Dual-pixel CMOS AF Sensor… so it’s natural processor of upgradation and will soon hit Canon FF DSLRs.
Also see – Canon Zoom Camera with Big Sensor Coming